Coney Island Greetings

This year I missed the hot dog eating contest.

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  • Eddie Crimmins 3y

    But I made it there in 2010 and wrote A Coney Island Greeting on the Fourth of July.
  • Ed Siciliano 3y

    Great photo and even greater Diary - fun reading.
    (Note: When Freedom Land was up I lived right across the parkway from it. According to my Father, a race track was to be build on that property before the Freedom Land fiasco.)
  • Eddie Crimmins 3y

    Ed Siciliano Hi Ed. I have fond memories of Freedomland and later I have memories of playing in the dump and excavating amusement park stuff on the grounds that were suppose to be off limits.

    In the time between that land being Freedomland and Co-Op City I had other ways of finding adventures there. But there were guards and you had to be quick on your feet. That scene in "Stand By Me" with the kid running from "Chopper" often reminds me of my post-Freedomland departures from the dump.

    Hey did you ever walk out to the train bridge over Pelham Bay that you could see from from the FreedomLand grounds and jump off the top? It was a long way down.
  • Eddie Crimmins 3y

    Ed Siciliano P.S. (Thanks for stopping in and enjoying my diary. That was a good day.)
  • Rolf Piepenbring 3y

    This is a wonderful shot!
  • James Tworow 3y

    So you missed the world record eat then... :-) 68 hot dogs!

    Trust you had a good day anyway...
  • Eddie Crimmins 3y

    James Tworow And Joey Chestnut continues to hold the title. Next year he's going for 69!
  • Eddie Crimmins 3y

    Reverse view;


  • Phil's Pixels 3y

    Excellent pov and comp. Wonderful capture of this fun place.
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Taken on July 4, 2010
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